Getting back in the game

Since the Nova Scotia government eased restrictions on gathering limits for sports on Jan. 25, 2021, intramural programming has been in the process of returning. Programming will be limited to basketball, volleyball, indoor soccer and e-sports for the semester, and will be limited to only Dalhousie students, rather than allowing for outside participation like in recent years.

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Recruitment carries on

U Sports has a ban on all in-person visits and recruiting, meaning that teams and players must rely on remote recruiting for the time being. There have been both positives and negatives with this type of recruiting according to Cindy Tye.

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Intramurals are coming back

Some intramural players have walked away since losing Memorial Arena. (Bryn Karcha photo)

With the school year underway and COVID-19 regulations loosening in Nova Scotia, many students are asking if or where they can play sports. Some organizations in Halifax are offering students that opportunity this year.

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Getting fans back in the stands

Dal Basketball Fans

With COVID-19 forcing the suspension of the 2020 AUS fall season, the earliest the Dalhousie University Tigers could return to play is January 2021. How exactly university sports will work when they do return is unclear. One thing is certain–they will look different.

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An elite eight of recruits

Dalhouse Tigers hockey team

The Dalhousie University Tigers men’s hockey team has announced eight new recruits for the upcoming Atlantic University Sport (AUS) season, which is delayed until January 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Getting back to the top

In this image: The women's field hockey team for the 2019-2020 season.

Dalhousie’s field hockey team has been a force recently, winning the Atlantic University Women’s Field Hockey League Championship for four years in a row.

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